Michael Fedunec

Michael Fedunec, MA, CPC, Counselling Supervisor/Counsellor

My name is Mike and I have been the Counselling Services Supervisor at FCSS since January of 2019. I hold an MA degree in Counselling. I am a Certified Professional Counsellor (CPC) with the Professional Association of Christian Counsellors and Psychotherapists (PACCP) and a registered Counselling Therapist with the Association of Counselling Therapy of Alberta (ACTA).


Bryan Bullock

Bryan Bullock, B.A., M.C., CCC

My name is Bryan and I have been a counsellor at FCSS since 2011. I am Canadian Certified Counsellor who holds a Master’s degree in Counselling, and I have recently started the journey of becoming a Registered Psychologists. My approach to counselling centers around value and assisting others to find their internal sense of value and building resilience to outside influences threatening that sense of value. Sometimes in life we come across hurdles along the path and my hope would be to assist (if I can) in helping others get over the hurdles. That may be with an empathetic ear (i.e., feeling heard and validated), a useful piece of information (i.e., discussing the roots of stress, anxiety, anger), tool/strategy (i.e., exploring emotional regulation strategies).


Jessica Collins McIntyre

Jessica Collins McIntyre, BHSc, MC, CCC

My name is Jessica and I have been a counsellor at FCSS since 2018. I have a Master of Counselling Degree, am a Registered Provisional Psychologist (College of Alberta Psychologists), and a Canadian Certified Counsellor. When it comes to counselling, I have two basic beliefs. The first is that every person can overcome difficulties - and sometimes we need a bit of help. The second is that our thoughts, feelings, and actions are all connected. What this means for the people that do some counselling work with me is that we spend some time figuring out what they are already doing well (and sometimes how to do more of it), and that we do not only talk about feelings (although we might at some points in our work).


Keeyah Wight

Keeyah Wight, MSW, RSW

My name is Keeyah and I have been a counsellor at FCSS since 2018. I graduated from the University of Calgary with a Master of Social Work and completed practicum placements at both the Alberta Children’s Hospital and an Elementary School. I have also worked with youth for the past four summers as a counsellor at FACES (Facilitating Awareness and Character-building Experiences for Students), an Alberta Education experiential outdoor program for adolescents. I specialize in working with children and youth but enjoy working with individuals of all ages. I utilize a creative, client-centered approach through integrating Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Family Systems Theory, and Narrative Therapy and incorporating expressive art methods and therapeutic play with a Strengths-based lens.


Laura Devlin

Laura Devlin, MSW, RSW, CIHCM

My name is Laura and I have been a counsellor at FCSS since 2017. As a counsellor with Family and Community Support Services, I work towards helping individuals, couples and families to more successfully journey through life hopes, challenges, experiences and transitions. Committed to the principles of self determination, self efficacy, and a fundamental belief in the innate worth and dignity of all persons, I use a strength's based, short-term goal directed counselling approach to help clients grow and guide themselves down their chosen and preferred pathways. In working with couples and families, I use Positive, Mindfulness and CBT, the Gottman's 10 Principles for Effective Couples Therapy approach and the 7 Habits of Highly Effective Families, and Strength Based Activity-based approaches.


Tanie Reid-Walker

Tanie Reid-Walker BSc, BSW, RSW

My name is Tanie and I have been a counsellor at FCSS since 2004. Across the life span, of Rural Albertans, I have been supporting with situations such as Grief, Loss, Life Transition, Self Esteem, communication, relationship building, mild anxiety and depression, anger and more. I am trained in level two Gottman Marriage and apply this training when working with families and couples. A career long passion has been supporting people with mourning their losses. Recently I was able to acquire Training from Dr. Alan Wolfelt on Helping Children and Adolescents Cope with Grief. First and foremost, authenticity and relationship building are my mode of practice. A few of the tools Tanie employs are mindfulness, art and play therapy tools, personality tests, videos and strength building.


Tim Krahn

My name is Tim and I have been a counsellor at FCSS since 2019. I have completed my Master of Arts in Counselling Psychology through Yorkville University, doing a practicum with FCSS. After completing my Bachelor of Education degree from the University of Alberta in 2006, I taught in public and private schools for the past 12 years. I have been a Professional Student Member of the Canadian Counselling and Psychotherapy Association for the past year. My counselling generally follows Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) with a client centered approach. I have successfully implemented Dr. Ross Greene’s Collaborative Problem Solving and Dr. William Glasser’s Reality Therapy in my teaching career and bring this skill set to counselling.


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